Join thousands of Cambridge residents and visitors who will gather on Mass. Ave. in front of Cambridge City Hall for this annual dance extravaganza to celebrate summer. Link for more information.
New Support Group Starts June 6. Refer to this site for helpful resources, community events and support groups for those impacted by this tragedy.
This historic agreement will contribute to a healthy, livable and sustainable future. See more....
Join us for this annual celebration along the banks of the Charles River with live music, performances, dance, art demonstrations, family activities and hundreds of food purveyors and artisans. See more....
Cambridge trash spikes about 30% during move in/out times in May/June and August/September. Much of this trash is furniture and household items that are in good condition and could be donated. See more....
Board of Assessors Public Meeting
Planning Board Meeting
Affordable Housing Trust
Monthly Meeting of the GLBT Commission
Regular meeting of the Pedestrian Committee.
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There will be no trash, recycling or yard waste collection in Cambridge. Trash/ recycling daily pickup routes will be one day behind schedule for rest of week. The even-side H-district will be swept on Wednesday, May 29.
The Cambridge Veterans' Organization and Cambridge Veterans' Services, will hold their annual Memorial Day Parade and Observance Monday, May 27. The Parade will begin with a cannon salute by MA Bicentennial Battery at 9:30 a.m., on the Cambridge Common and proceed through Harvard Square, up Mount Auburn Street to Coolidge Ave., and conclude at the Cambridge Cemetery on Coolidge Ave.
Bike Score, the nation's scoring system for how bikeable a community is, recently gave Cambridge the highest score in the nation with a 92!
As bicycling continues to grow in popularity, leaders in cities across the country, like Cambridge, are embracing the environmental, financial and quality of life benefits that come with a population that likes to ride.
City Manager Robert W. Healy is seeking persons interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC). Made up of 11 members who serve three-year terms, CHRC meets on the first Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.
to the former Police building on Western Ave. (corner of Green and Western streets).
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